I've spend the last few days with Nat Linden to rework large parts of the Poser, tidying up code and making it nicer, faster, safer, smaller and more modern.
Besides a totally internally revamped Poser (as well as the Complexity and Animation Manipulation window) i spend some time getting the next big feature rolled into the Poser, POSITIONS. You heard that right, POSITIONS. You can now move all bones which support bone positions around in addition to rotating them. Obviously this means you can do a lot of silly stuff now, poses will also save positions now and old poses will be compatible BUT, if you move bones around and load a pose that does not have position info it will keep the last position info active, meaning if you put your legs on your face and load an old pose, don't expect the pose to undo it, you'll have to either undo it manually or by stopping the Poser.
Did i mention? Stopping the Poser now resets your skeleton and resetting bones is now split into 2 buttons, you can now reset rotation and position separately. Also rotation and position sliders have been split into 2 tabs to allow both of them to use the full width of the window for maximum precision when editing via dragging!
I suppose you expect a silly picture now.
In case you're wondering how much of the poser code was changed...
All the green lines are changed codelines.
Also in case you missed it, i made a video to showcase the new poser for Linden Labs. It goes without saying that now with the position possibility it's already outdated again.... this is why i didn't make a new one all this time...ohwell...
You'll have some fun with it... and oh... don't press the big red..*explosions* oh... *more explosions*.. oh...uhm... well the advice may be too late for that eager guy over there but not too late for you, please don't press the big red button with the big white skull on it. No seriously, you don't want to be THAT guy...what? that one guy... the one who just exploded. Yea that guy, you don't want to be THAT guy.
Also, i'd like to remind you again that there's a discord channel and some users have been posting excellent pictures, a special shoutout to Beev Fallen who has made some absolutely stunning stuff with materials! You can also get help there much easier too.
Another thing i'd like to say is a big thank you to all those that continue supporting me via Patreon and of course everyone who has done so in the past. You're awesome!